Leveraging the Solana Blockchain; Plutos Builds on Solana

Plutos Network is a DeFi multi-chain and cross-chain derivatives issuance and trading platform that connects three major blockchains.

Plutos delivers limitless liquidity through staking and minting strategies, allowing all users to access synthetic assets from both the traditional financial and crypto markets.

Why Plutos Build on Solana?

Solana is a cryptocurrency and blockchain network that uses an open architecture to enable quick, secure, scalable, decentralized apps and marketplaces.
Solana is one of the fastest blockchains and crypto ecosystems in the world, with over 400 projects spanning DeFi, NFTs, Web3, and more. It currently supports 65,000 TPS (Transactions per second) and 400ms Block Times.

Solana has introduced new values and technologies to provide developers and DApps with highly scalable, low-cost, and well-composed technological infrastructure.

The world's first decentralized blockchain was created to enable user-friendly and scalable decentralized apps. These apps communicate with the Solana cluster by sending one or more instructions with their transactions.

The network employs a number of novel and innovative technologies to give users with unrivaled transaction speeds and enterprise-level security. Following the introduction of its main net, Plutos Network has announced that it would enter a new phase by joining the developing Solana ecosystem. It will concentrate on Solana-based development and begin the Solana migration after the primary net product is released.

With Solana application scenarios, it's easy to see why well-known and up-and-coming DApps like Plutos Network are choosing Solana as a strategic platform builder.

Solana is built on 8 key technologies that makes it create a decentralized network which equals the performance of a single node. These technologies are:

Proof of History (PoH)

Tower BFT






Archivers — Distributed ledger storage

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